How do you draw a plane in geometry?

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Asking how to draw a plane in geometry is almost like a trick question. The plane is actually the paper that you are making your drawing on.
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1. Set a box top on a flat surface in an upright position and place a piece of paper on top of it. 2. Insert two pins into the paper and through the box top, about 3 inches apart.
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a strait line with no points or arrows.
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1. Draw one of the lines and mark two points on it. Ad. 2. Set a compass to at least half the distance between the two points. 3. Use the compass to draw a circle centered around
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n. The geometry of planar figures.
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